Protected, owned and managed by the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy.
The Halladay-Blackhurst-Chowning preserve is a preserve in transition. A pretty little trail moves through hardwood forest while skirting red pine plantations and open field. A kiosk explains property details including the transition of pine plantations to hardwood forest as well as the property’s history and connection to the famous “Adams Dry Fly”.
Certain types of hunting are allowed in accordance with state regulations:
- Deer hunting; all forms.
- Small game and turkey hunting.
- No trapping.
For more information, please visit our Hunting Regulations page.
Dogs are welcome, but they must be leashed at all times! Click here to find out why.